Usability testing by Testers who live their own usability and accessibility needs.
Usability testing ensures that your website, software or mobile application is more than accessible. It makes certain it’s “usable.” Usability testing delivered by Testers who live with disabilities gives you real user feedback.
That’s why WeCo trains our Usability Testers across all disability classifications: cognitive, hearing, motor skill and sight, to test website, software or mobile applications. You’ll see a difference in the real life usability of your projects with WeCo’s user-focused approach.
Any of WeCo’s usasbility testing services can be applied to:
- Mobile applications
- Online learning environments
Sample Our Service: Get a Free Accessibility Review
Whether you’re starting an accessibility initiative, launching a new website, or responding to website complaints, a WeCo Free Accessibility Review can help you understand how accessible your website or software is today AND decide what to do next to make it accessible.
Baseline Usability: WeCo’s Usability Check-In™ Service
WeCo’s Usability heck-In® Service is designed to give you quick feedback on your website, software or mobile application. Tested by a WeCo Usability Tester who live with one or more disability, you’ll receive a report with “in their own words” feedback.
Great for agile and other development processes. Usasbility Check-In™ guides your changes in an informed manner. It allows development teams to learn and experiment with what works and what does not.
In-Depth Usability: WeCo’s Usability Testing Service
WeCo’s Usability Testing Services verifies your website or project against current US and international accessibility laws and guidance (WCAG 2.1 AA) and WeCo’s own additional Standards of Accessibility™.
We use a hand-selected group of WeCo Usability Testers who live with disabilities.
Learn More About WeCo’s Testing Services
Learn more about WeCo’s unique user and disability-focused usability testing, manual accessibility audit and remediation services , accessibility/ usability training services and free/low-cost public training opportunities, by contacting us directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org or at our Accessibility Services Department at 855-849-5050 x1